For months, advances have circulated on the new professional tablets of Cupertino: many indicated them arriving in 2019, in reality we will have to wait a little longer, because the new iPad Pro 2020 seems to make their debut in the first half of next year: the new iPad renders Pro 2020 appeared in these hours on the net show them with triple camera on the back.
The arrangement resumes in all respects that already known and appreciated in the iPhone 11 Pro, with three large lenses flanked by two smaller holes for microphone and LED flash. The iPad Pro 2020 renderings show both the 11-inch model and the larger 12.9 model with a square-edged design, substantially identical to that of the models currently listed.
The most relevant difference is therefore the photographic sector on the back. The renderings of the two expected models, published by Geeks Blog and OnLeaks, were made in two distinct versions: one with an aluminum back like the current one for the 11-inch iPad Pro, the other instead with a glass back for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The sources declare that the renders were created starting from the technical schemes of the two devices.
In reality there is still confusion about the total number of rear cameras expected to arrive. Many renders and even videos focus on a triple camera system like the iPhone 11 Pro combined with a time-of-flight camera, others like Bloomberg instead, aim at two lenses plus a time-of-flight camera.
According to another anticipation Cupertino would be working to bring mini LED screens for the first time in the iPad 2020, but it could also be that this technology will be seen only on subsequent models. Keeping in mind that the arrival was first indicated for 2019 but did not come true and that the release now expected in the first half of 2020, in all probability in the coming months and weeks further indications will emerge.
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